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Bernard F Bentgen

from Dexter, MI
Age ~71

Bernard Bentgen Phones & Addresses

  • 3200 Fieldstone Dr, Dexter, MI 48130
  • Moran, MI
  • Sturgeon Bay, WI
  • 2315 Riverside Ave, Marinette, WI 54143
  • Grayslake, IL
  • Menominee, MI
  • Norwell, MA

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Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Bernard Bentgen
Principal
Epicyclical Propulsion Systems LLC
Business Services
3200 Fieldstone Dr, Four Mile Lk, MI 48130

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Us Patents

Module Transporter

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US Patent:
61392480, Oct 31, 2000
Filed:
Jun 21, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/667675
Inventors:
Bernard F. Bentgen - Marinette WI
William J. Fallon - Menominee MI
Assignee:
Marinette Marine Corporation - Marinette WI
International Classification:
B60P 164
US Classification:
414495
Abstract:
A module transporter for transporting large loads, such as loads of 100 tons or even more, including two frame members joined at a base. The frame members are vertically adjustable and supported by movable carriages. The base is rotatably connected to the motivator, and the height of the base is also vertically adjustable. The transporter is preferably powered by a motivator with relatively low horsepower that requires little or no turning radius.

Icebreaker Attachment

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US Patent:
56601310, Aug 26, 1997
Filed:
May 10, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/644254
Inventors:
Daniel L. Gulling - Greenbay WI
David Cassidy - DePere WI
Craig W. Rigby - Menominee MI
Bernard F. Bentgen - Marinette WI
International Classification:
B63B 3508
US Classification:
114 40
Abstract:
A self-powered icebreaker attachment for connection to a parent vessel. In the preferred embodiment, the icebreaker attachment includes a spoon-shaped bow, an ice knife positioned aft of the bow, and a propulsion system including fully rotatable Z-drives. Preferably, the icebreaker attachment is itself a flotable vessel whose propulsion system can be coordinated with the propulsion system of the parent vessel to minimize ice-breaking-related forces on the parent vessel. The propulsion systems of the two vessels can be controlled by either the crew of the parent vessel or of the icebreaker attachment vessel.
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